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December 03, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 61) • Page Image 6

… of Michigan opening game jitters and costly errors last night as it drove to a 58-43 victory over the Wolverines in the first game of the season for both teams. With 6'7" Bill Depp and, hot- shooting…

… of his team's rebounds, while Clark, a for- ward, was the game's leading scor- er, contributing 23 points on nine field goals and five free throws. Captain John Tidwell paced the Wolverine scorers with…

… 18 points. Good Shooting The Wolverines hit on 16 of 27 shots from the floor in the first half for a robust 44 per cent, but 11 errors offset the good shoot- ing to give the Commodores a 29- 25 edge at…

…. Behind by ten points, the Wolverines went into a full court prss. The press was ineffective, however, as' the Commodores quickly widened the gap to 15 points over the excited Wolverin'es and, held onto…

…, and, it will improve. Competition is what we need to work out .the little mistakes." The Wolverines move over to Knoxville tonight where they will meet another southern power- house, the Tennessee…

… Fronczak. The lack of outstanding pro- spects at the lower weight divi- sions will be a serious handicap when the Wolverines attempt to match their brilliant performances of last season. Iowa, second to the…

Wolverines last year, will be a threat, as will Michigan State, Minnesota, and a much improved Illinois team. Michigan will open its schedule at Lafayette, Dec. 10, against the always troublesome Purdue Boiler…

April 03, 1966 (vol. 76, iss. 155) • Page Image 8

… than just a ball game when Michigan got into trouble early with plate umpire Augie Acuna. In the second inning, Wolverine ne Lose~s ra Forfeits Game ' Acuna quickly called him out on strikes…

…, but when the Wolverine belter decid- ed to "fight instead of swish" If~~ I " i For the first time ! All you could ask of nature you get in a 6' - -WJe e Suzuki X-6 Hustler, a heavyweight in…

… with a count of one strike was politely inform- ed by Acuna that he had already been kicked out during the fracas at the plate. When the Wolverines protested that they had never heard any- thing about…

… side of their ledger. Ac- tually, it will go down in the of- ficial record books as "no contest." Arizona assured the Wolverines that the services of Acuna would not be requested again and that they…

…. Return to Normalcy Settling down to play just "nor- mal baseball," the Wolverines dropped the first game of a twin- bill to the University of Arizona, when the Wildcats sent 12 men to the plate in the…

… to the hard-hit- ting Wildcats, tried to help his cause with a two-run homer in the second but the Wolverines could not narrow the gap closer than five runs. Ed Southhard paced the Arizona attack with…

… three hits, including two singles and a home run, knocking in two tallies and scor- ing two himself. Bob Hanse earn- ed the victory as he forced the Wolverines to hit the ball straight at somebody all…

December 03, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 78) • Page Image 11

… guards." the stomachs of sophomores Dan The first ten minutes of the Fife and Rod Ford and probably second half went like a ping pong the rest of the Wolverines as they match, as both teams seemingly fell…

… stay with nine min- points in 21 seconds. utes left and Michigan ahead 67- Sullivan and another sub, Mark 64. Henry, continued to spark the Jorgensen's "box-in-one" de- Wolverine surge to bring Michigan…

….9; FT percentage: 56.5 Totals 39-76 15-18 17 48 93 MICHIGAN 45-48--93 FG percentage: 51.3; FT percentage: 83.3 N. ILLINOIS 46-39-85 WOODY'S WINDOW Sully sparks Wolverine win By KEITH R. WOOD Bob Sullivan…

… performance, but it was still Sullivan who sparked the nervous Wolverines to their first win for Johnny Orr. Sully came in with just under six minutes left to go in the first half and the Blue down 38…

… Stewart early in the second half to try to put the Michigan offense more on the inside. He succeeded brilliantly scoring -a game total of 16 points and carrying away nine re- bounds. He was the Wolverines

February 03, 1968 (vol. 78, iss. 107) • Page Image 6

… ludicrous to talk about tonight's Michigan-Michigan State game as a pivotal clash, especially since both teams are wallowing in the Big Ten depths. But tonight the Wolverines can confirm or refute the oft…

…, not to mention irrelevant. The present Wolverine squad has totally escaped the fall-out of Cazzie Russell. Last year's banishment to the cellar was overlooked because The Linezps most Wolverine fans…

… (35) F minus-Cazzie Wolverine cagers to win. Besides, it would have Steve Rymal (15) F made a lot of prognosticators look'bad. Heywood Edwards (33) C But now it's Cazzie Russell, New York Knicks, not…

… Cazzie Russell, John Bailey (12) G ex-Michigan star. Now it's the antiseptically clean All-Events Build- Harrison Stepter (31) G ing, home of the Wolverines. Now -it's time for the Michigan cagers MICHIGAN…

…: the Wolverines have progressed Now he contents himself with from just plain losing to losing with tragic overtones. short innuendoes, as he did after After Ohio State destroyed Michigan 103-70 at…

… Basketball Stats only eye squad the Wolverines showed they had talent. Michigan fans have been described as being fickle. The fact lales FG Tickets: $2.00 at Union desk Rudy Tomjanovich Dennis Stewart…

March 03, 1963 (vol. 73, iss. 115) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY 4 - - ~vlYv tu -- a - i:- SIJNUAY ', MARCH 3, 1963 3 Wolverine Cagers] 3untin-CoieHarris Trio Notch 70 Points; eared Twin Post Offense Flunks Test Popple Sixth-Ranked Illini…

… consecutive points for Michigan. The splurge brought the Wolverines from a 53-52 deficit to a 66-58 lead. Buntin finished with 27 points, high for the team. Michigan doggedly maintained the lead despite the…

… points out of Michigan's total of 39. Illinois resorted to the twin totem offense after ten minutes had elapsed, as Skip Thoren en- tered the game. The Wolverines immediately went into a zone de- fense…

…. In the running department Michigan ac- tually faired better than the run- and-shoot Illini, scoring on eight fast breaks. The Wolverines maintained their conference lead in rebounding, garnering 55 to…

… the Wolverines. The win put North Dakota into a first place tie with Denver in the WCHA standings. North Da- Wrestlers Win Michigan's wrestling team scored a decisive 17-12 victory over Iowa at Iowa…

… City yester- day.I Carl Rohdes, Lee Dietrick and Chris Stowell socred the only Wolverine victories. Wayne Miller, Rick Bay and Jack Barden had matches that ended in draws. The Hawkeyes won only two…

…- ment may not come as shocking to someone who saw Michigan defeat sixth-ranked Illinois, 84-81, it sums up the situation perfectly. The Wolverines. didn't exactly annihilate the. Illini, but they left no…

March 03, 1964 (vol. 74, iss. 122) • Page Image 7

…-the backbone of he the Wolverine hockey team all sea- nd son. He is presently holding op- ponents to 2.3 goals per game, the second lowest goals-against aver- age in the conference. When asked about Gray a few 3…

… scored three times in WCHA play. Michigan is presently on top of the conference, but the Blue must sweep this weekend's home- away series with Michigan State. The shakeup in the Wolverine line will…

… at Houghton 3-1. Said Renfrew, "We played real well both nights. Both teams showed some real good hockey. They just beat us." Saturday night was a different story as the Wolverines came back to win 4…

… dual meet victory, but the Wolverine headmaster isn't ready to claim any confer- ence championship just yet. "Right now we haven't won a thing," said Keen yesterday as his matmen worked out in prep…

… Club in an exhibition meet early in the winter. The only Big Ten team that really gave the defending conference champs any go for the win was at Evanston in the Big Ten opener when the Wolverines nipped…

… his only Big Ten loss this year. Northwestern's Stu Marshall goes into the 157-pound matches with an 8-2-2 mark, including a draw with Wolverine Big Ten champ Rick Bay, and the Wild- cats' Dick Ernst at…

May 03, 1964 (vol. 74, iss. 166) • Page Image 7

Wolverines' final spring foot- ball scrimmage. It was exactly 61 more points than the Wolverines could man- age in last year's scoreless finale. The scoreboard showed the Whites squeaking by the Blues 32…

… four matches with Big Ten opponents. Coach Bert Katzenmeyer saw "just flashes of hope" as the Wolverines managed to grab its first conference victory of the year by downing last year's Big Ten runnerup…

February 03, 1967 (vol. 77, iss. 106) • Page Image 7

… third-place Wolverines, 3-2 and 3-iL This time the teams' positions are reversed, but the situation is the same. Michigan currently tops the conference with a 7-1 record and Tech is holding down third at…

… Great Lakes Tournament, when during a double-penalty, the Wolverines scored twice before we knew what happened." The home ice could be a factor in Tech's attempt to avenge last year's losses and the 4…

… skating and checking abilities, is the basis of the Wolverine win- ning streak. "When we played them in Detroit, I was particularly impressed with Michigan's fore- checking and hustle; they were able to…

… hold us in our own end of the ice for most of the game. They have great desire and that great hustle-the necessary prerequisites for a winning team." The Wolverines arrived in Houghton last night to…

… 1967 -Daily-Thomas R. Copt MICHIGAN TECH ALL-AMERICAN netminder Tony Esposito fends off a shot by Michigan forward Mike Marttila in Tech's December defeat to the Wolverines in Cobo Hall. Hoping to get…

December 03, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 79) • Page Image 9

… forced the Wolverines to slow down and watch. They waited for their shots and when they had them, hit. Unfortunately they waited too long because the Wolverines took 65 shots as com- pared to Tennessee…

…'s 45. This was the crucial statistical difference. Given 20 extra scoring opportunities, the Wolverines con- nected on eight more field goals, though out shot percentage-wise, 51-46. Tennessee was the…

May 03, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 150) • Page Image 6

… Three-Run Fourth Inning Homer Gives U-D 3-2 Win; Wolverines Held to Five Hits as McGinn Takes Loss By JOHN SCOCHIN It takes six men to make a tennis team, but Coach Murphy's squad did without three of…

…, the number two and five men, were tied up in3 the classroom and missed Tues-1 day's action. The Wolverines,i nevertheless, spared little time n waylaying the Titan sextet, despite; the cold weather and…

…, came up with a two-run single. On a full count, Syring poked a soft, low looper that floated into short left field. While the ball floated, Steckley and Honig raced home with two Wolverine runs, and Syr…

…- ing took second on a throw home. However, the rally ended there. The Wolverines did not threaten again seriously until the eighth inning, but Dick DeLamielleure struck out with the bases loaded. In the…

…. The next test for the Wolverines will come this weekend when they travel to Wilmette Country Club outside Evanstan to meet North- western and Illinois in a trian- gular meet. wow ST. LOUIS (A') -- Think…

November 03, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 57) • Page Image 1

… chance of rain Vol. LXXIX, No. 57 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Sunday, November 3, 1968 Ten Cents Wolverines stompZilcats By BILL LEVIS 27 aerials. "The lack of comple- split end Bill Harris for Michigan s the…

… only Wolverine who inter- Associate sports Editor tions was due to a combination of second touchdown of the game, cepted passes. Defensive tackle EVANSTON-Michigan ran over off-target and dropped passes…

…. The Wolverines built Mason.board with a bomb. the second period after Cecil Pry- up steam slowly, but once they Mason felt a key to the game Curtis, ressembling Curt Flood or deflected a Shelbourne pass…

…. thirteen seconds near the end of snap, and we have always been third score. Ron Johnson took a Brown pass the first half to break the game able to recover the ball." After the Wolverines scored a for the two…

… point conversion to wide open/ The Wolverines played For the second game in a row, fourth time some twenty seconds give the Wolverines their 28 a sluggish first quarter before they Michigan didn't even…

…. Luckily for battered intercepted a Dana Woodring at- since the Wolverines whitewashed tercepted two passes in the first Northwestern, time ran out be- tempt and rambled 24 yards to Minnesota 49-0 in 1966…

…. half to bring his season and Big fore Michigan could mount an- the Wolverine 45 to up Michigan's Still it was not the offense that Ten total to seven, tying his con- other threat. final score. shone…

Wolverines scored three just anyone can get it." time and plunged over left guard he charges across the goal line to score on a 50-yard run following a Quarterback Dennis Brown was 'touchdowns. Curtis, however…

… SECOND, Page 11 was the fourth of the game for the Wolverines. Twelve Pages -Daily-Thomas R. Copt Western tackler in the dust as n interception. Parks grabbed ourne pass attempt. The score A4 ELECTION…

December 03, 1961 (vol. 72, iss. 63) • Page Image 1

…'s resignation will be- come effective Feb. 1. -Daily-Ed Langs MICHIGAN'S BALL--Wolverine forward, Tom Cole, snags a Ball State miss in yesterday's tilt with the Cardinals. Cole battles with Ed Butler, while John…

… balanced scoring attack and a strong defense turned the tide for the Wolverines, but it took a late spurt to do it. Aside from occasional lapses, the Wolverine offense was a thing of beauty. Passing…

… meticulously until they got a man in the open, the Wolverines scored first and were never headed, although the score was close for much of the game. Scored First The, first Michigan goal was typical of many the…

… team got. After each team had lost the ball once, the Wolverines weaved until Proposal Defended By Scholle By MICHAEL HARRAH AFL - CIO President August Scholle yesterday defended his proposal for a…

…=3 Berenson Scores Hat T rick By JIM BERGER Michigan hockey captain Red Berenson broke a streak of two goal-less games with a hat trick last night to lead the Wolverines to a 5-3 victory and series sweep over…

… Michigan Tech. It was the Wolverines third straight win of the season and the Huskies second straight loss. Michigan opened up the scoring early in the first period as Ber- enson, after getting a pass from…

… keep the margin at one point. Cole then tossed in nine clutch points and Hall two, to keep the margin at two points. Iced the Cake Then, with 6:55 left and the score 57-55, the Wolverines hit for See…

WOLVERINES, Page 7 Disarmament Advisor Calls For More Initiative by U.S. By BARBARA PASH The United State must take the initiative for nuclear disarma- ment negotiations considering the future of mankind…

… slapshot from 50 feet that Michi- gap goalie Dave Butts had no chance to stop. But Berenson came back for the Wolverines to put them again two goals ahead. Berenson took a perfect face off from center Wilkie…

May 03, 1968 (vol. 78, iss. 3) • Page Image 7

…, 1:00 tomorrow afternoon. The Wolverines lost nine straight games in Arizona on a spring training trip before bouncing" Big Ten Standings Michigan Minnesota Northwestern Wisconsin' Illinois Iowa Ohio…

… sweep of a two game series with Michigan State 'last weekend. Michigan is the only unbeaten team in the young Big Ten scramble. Pitching seems to be the key to. early Wolverine successes and in- deed…

…) --Daily-James Forsyth STEVE EVANS, sophomoreWolverine hurler, prepares to let fly against a Spartan batter during last Saturday's battle at Ferry Field. Evans leads the Wolverine pitching staff with a 1…

March 03, 1965 (vol. 75, iss. 133) • Page Image 6

… game to congratulate Coach Dave Strack on his forty-second birthday. And by the way . . In winning, the Wolverines wrapped up at least their fourth tie for the Big Ten basketball title, needing but one…

…, fired a bullet pass to Bill Buntin under the boards. The big center. who scraped up 20 re- bounds for the night, did justice to the pass by flying through, a cluster of Badgers to stuff in a "Wolverine

… th until they have the championship wereM ast year at Kansas clinched." was against us last seaso Rebounding is as good an in- Cazzie hurt his foot, and v dicator as any, and the Wolverines the films…

…-America team announced yes terday by the Associated Press. They finished one-two in th voting by 216 sports writers an broadcasters. Senior Bill Buntin added mor honors for the Wolverines as h was chosen for the…

… 58 98 k Cazzie Russell and Bill Buntin, - --- 's the Michigan Wolverines con- ' :::: of tinued to lead the Associated ne Press' weekly poll with 31 first: place votes and 399 total points. i- Although…

… Loken is it hopeful the outcome can be re- versed next time. 5 The Wolverines will really have r their work cut out for them on e the high bar. In last year's meetU F n Curzi took first; Gailis second…

…, and Unimoc Loamy d Roethlisberger fourth. Arno 199 - High Bar Men$ - The top Wolverines this year are Alex Frecska, Gary Vander Voort.? - and John Cashman. None of them - have beaten the troublesome…

… for the solo titl- ists. As Big Ten champ, Michigan has already earned the right to compete for the team crown. Pondering Title And it is the team crown that the Wolverines are thinking about. On March…

March 03, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 106) • Page Image 6

… ahead in the projected point total. Wolverine Coach Cliff Keen be- moaned the fact that Fitzgerald was given a bye in the first rounds that begin today. The bye robbed the Wolverines of at least one point…

February 03, 1967 (vol. 77, iss. 106) • Page Image 6

… teammate of Vanden Broek's on gram also impressed me, so the end of my sophomore year I gave career by capturing the high bar, the Wolverines. decision wasn't much in doubt." it up entirely. This gave me…

… more side horse and all-around state When the decision for college After he joined the Wolverine of an opportunity to work and titles as a senior. Ironically, he rolled around, Michigan was the squad he…

… "close tman for Wolverines Ken Wiebeck races" and " much improved and John Salassa to beat will be team." Why the change? Bill Swano. Swano will alo swim The answer can be found in last in the 500-yard…

…'d say that Michigan will get a team. He has hopes of improving great meet." Michigan's status in the national Usually Individual standings for medley relay times, Wolverine coach Stager, as usu- the…

Wolverines currently in third al, put much emphasis on the place. "individual challenges" facing his Hickman is relying heavily on "indvidal callnges faing sprinter Fred Hogan, backstroker team members. He…

May 03, 1964 (vol. 74, iss. 166) • Page Image 6

… BRE threw away to let in two more runs. Chan Simonds followed with a sacrifice fly and the Wolverines led 4-0. The Illini then brought in Mario Campanaro from the bullpen and he was greeted with a long…

… double by George Skaff. The pitcher Wahl then hit a bloop single and drove in the fifth and sixth runs. Pitcher Trots Home The Wolverines scored again in the third on three hits and a pair of Illinois…

… blowing down the straightaway. Swift and Dixon played together in third doubles, falling to Blan- chard and Templeton, 4-6, 7-5, 6-2. Wolverine captain Harry Fau- quier gave Big Ten champ Marty Riessen one…

… champion for the last two years. He also par- ticipated on the United States Davis Cup team this winter. Wolverines' second doubles pair of Fauquier and Hal Lowe beat Bill Rice and Tim Sheean, 6-4, 6-4. -4…

May 03, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 153) • Page Image 9

… the Wolverines' 30 double plays. Honig and Jones have been working on their double play tech- niques together since their fresh- man year, said Coach Don Lund. Both Lund and Assistant Coach Moby…

… plays in each of two games and has failed to chalk up a double play in only three games. Arizona State was the vic- tim of the three double play feat in both games. The Wolverines were blanked in the…

… this year and have been a boon to Wolverine pitchers. Golf Tournament Delayed. By Intramural Department It's greasy, by George! But Vitalis with V-7 keeps your hair neat all day without grease…

October 03, 1967 (vol. 78, iss. 28) • Page Image 6

…, UM Friends of Vietnam Fall Invite you to attend the GRID SELECTIONS It's that time of year again. No, not the World Series. Not th start of the Wolverines' annual losing streak. It's Daily-UAC champ…

… night, in order to be eligible for two Cottage Inn Pizzas and two Michigan Theatre tickets. 1B' TEAM TIES: To'ronto Bombs" e t Michigan Ruggers s By PHIL BROWN to earn the Michigan B team a Wolverine Tom…

December 03, 1969 (vol. 80, iss. 74) • Page Image 7

… little Although the Wolverines wo varsity experience, is rated a good their game against Detroit, th Michigan, victors in its first playmaker and defensive player. will need a much better perform game…

… next two games. win the starting center position more successfully than Minnesot Tonight the Wolverines travel to but the 6-8 junior has little varsity did. South Bend to encounter the experience…

… lead the Wolverine lost two of last year's stars and . - -- -- --- - - -- two of their all-time best players, Bob Whitmore and Bob Arnzen, through graduation. Arnzen and L eX al S 110 Whitmore…

… tey n- n- be trr By JERRY CLARKE The Wolverine gymnasts won the battle last year, but lost the war. Although they were clear- cut Big Ten champions, they miss- ed out on the big prize: a trip to…

… Seattle and a chance at the NCAA daily sports i' ' ta crown. What was more aggravat- ing was that the Hawkeyes of NIGHT EDITOR: ne Iowa, whom the Wolverines de- IMORT NOVECK ek stroyed in a dual meet as…

… Pete Rogers will compete for the open- ing, along with freshmen Ward Black, Terry Boys, and Ray Gura. The depth available will make this event one of the stronger ones for the Wolverines. Mike Sasich is…

April 03, 1969 (vol. 79, iss. 151) • Page Image 8

… out like neitherthe meek lamb nor the bellicose lion but rather like a gloomy blob for the Wolverine golfers. The lack of sunshine only slightly dampened Assistant Golf Coach Bill New- ton's view of…

… looking for in our southern tour." Assistant Coach Newton said. The Wolverine linksters began their assault on the South with a sweep through the Tampa area, taking an unanticipated three matches from the…

February 03, 1966 (vol. 76, iss. 108) • Page Image 6

… walk. That is if it's Farley, as in Wil- liam Farley, Olympic freestyler, Big Ten champion and Michigan swim standout. Bill is the distance man for the Wolverines. As a sophomore he cracked four team and…

… wanted to change surroundings etive part in . and Al Wistirt persua'ded me id although to pick Michigan." professional Wistert, whom avid Wolverine ptressed anhl fans may remember as a Michigan tre th m…

… help- ing me . . .," praises Parley. Stager, on the other hand, com- pares him "favorably to any other Wolverine swimmer I've coached, who's been great. Bill works hard BILL FARLEY p 4 . Now -renting…

February 03, 1965 (vol. 75, iss. 109) • Page Image 6

…, with or without the moves, Ollie hays suddenly come into his own as/a scorer of merit in the Big Ten, as he's averaged almost 23 a game in the Wolverines' last three. Starting a week ago Sat-' urday…

… _________________________ ii By The Associated Press Michigan's Wolverines forged into first place ahead of UCLA in The Associated Press. major college basketball poll today while Davidson, Duke, Indiana and Van- derbilt…

February 03, 1966 (vol. 76, iss. 108) • Page Image 7

…, Strack was ready to admit that Rich Jones and Don Freeman are "awfully good." At least they were Tues- day when they sparked Illinois' 09-93 win over the Wolverines. "We weren't quite sure what to expect…

… though. In the past two years, he has finished fifth in the Big Ten high bar competition. Last year, he fin- ished first among the Wolverines, closely followed by since graduat- ed Alex Frecska and all…

June 03, 1969 (vol. 0, iss. 18) • Page Image 8

… the former heavyweight boxing Under Murphy's direction the champion. Wolverines won 11 Big Ten titles Judge Joe Ingaham delayed until tomorrow morning arguments in the past 14 years. Since he as- -n…

Wolverines public be excluded from any full-scale hearing. tswept eight of the nine positions* * and racked up a record total 0 LAUSALLE, Switzerland - The leading international sports points, federations…

Wolverine squad of 1957. Before taking his new position, Murphy will coach the contending Wolverines in this year's NCAA, championships June 16-23 in; Princeton, New Jersey. 0 SAN FRANCISCO - "It's a…

December 03, 1967 (vol. 0, iss. 78) • Page Image 11

… these internal party matters." Meanwhile McCarthy's decision ;o enter Democratic primaries against President Johnson drew a See McCARTHY, page 2 -Daily-Jim Forsyth WOLVERINE JUNIOR FORWARD DAVE Mc…

…- BUILDING STARS: wildcats Gnaw Wolverines to Ribbons At the present time, SGC has only one way of getting additional funds-requesting the OSA to in- crease SGC student dues. If the OSA approves this request…

… million University Events Building before a near capacity crowd of 12,761, the Wolverines suc- cumbed to a case of Blue grass fever in the last 10 minutes of the{ first half and were never fully able to…

… recover. The Wildcats forged ahead by 20 points with 1:45 to go in the half after Michigan had fought back to within two with 9:45 left. The Wolverines, who had outscored the Wildcats by seven in their own…

May 03, 1964 (vol. 74, iss. 166) • Page Image 1

… saw' The Michigan Wolverines bombarded defending Big Ten champion that most of its high costs were Illinois yesterday 14-1 and 11-3 to extend their undefeated string in stemming from maintainence of Big…

… Government Council last Over .500 Now veek, with the stipulations that The display of timely long-ball hitting, sharp fielding, and strong proper financing be obtained and pitching edged the Wolverines over…

October 03, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 31) • Page Image 1

… Editor Wolverin cending 4 It wasn't the type of excruciat- cend ig ing loss thathknifes your memory went Mi with sordid details. And it wasn'tt a smear that you snicker about after the momentary sting sub…

… must in all In pick Rally be labelled inferior, the ( figment Stops Wolverines, 15-7 of the sportswriter's dime at least on a half dollar, and es encountered an Georgia team. And chigan's eight game…

… quarterback as say Francis Tarkenton, a Georgia alum. With Michigan leading 7-6, 4:11 left in the fourth quarter, the ball on the Michigan 28, Ridlehuber rolled out to his left on first and ten. The Wolverine

April 03, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 133) • Page Image 7

… Dumont was eighth in er, sixth in the 1500 in 17:51.4; yd. butterfly, the 1500, Burry ninth in the 440, Ron Jaco, fourth in the one-meter But the Wolverines might have Dennis Floden ninth in the 50…

…, sixth in the 400-yd, med- finals-Darnton in the 220, Jim in the 200-yd, butterfly. ley relay. The Wolverines' only consola-.> tion is that there were some great ;c ::: " swimmers who didn't make the,<> f…

March 03, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 107) • Page Image 1

… still forthcoming. The two teams clash at 8 p.m. today, while Denver and Michigan State meet in the consola- tions at 2 p.m. at the Coliseum. Michigan scoring came in bunches last'night, as the Wolverines

… more than the Wolverines. Each team also has one man in the con- solation finals. Michigan and Iowa wrestlers both had 13 points at the end of yesterday's competition but the Hawkeyes have a possible…

December 03, 1960 (vol. 71, iss. 61) • Page Image 1

… leads last night as a determined Toronto hockey team fought from behind twice to spoil the season opener for the Wolverines, 4-3.1 v 'Captain Bill Kennedy scored what proved to be the winning goal at 1…

… 'ERv Rush duplicated Berenson's two goal performance within ,three minutes, and winger Jim Murchie beat Wolverine goalie Jim Coyle at 8:09 of the second to set the stage for Kennedy's winning ta…

… mistakes. Our defense made too many bad moves deep in our own end and we took too long clearing the puck." The Wolverines, confused and hesitant behind their own goal throughout the game yielded the puck…

December 03, 1964 (vol. 75, iss. 78) • Page Image 5

…., Flint, Mich. CEdar 3-2351. You must be 21 or over." F19 WANTED TO SELL-Plane ticket to NYC on Wolverine flight-one way only, leaves Dec. 22-$24. Call Syd, 665-3259, incl. transportation to air- port. P13…

… Portable for. only $10.00 a month. Call NEJAC TV Rentals, 662-5671. X1 PER50NAL ADS must be prepaid. WANTED TO SELL-Plane ticket to NYC on Wolverine flight-one way only, leaves Dec. 22-$24. Call Syd, 665…

July 03, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 6) • Page Image 4

…PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, JULY 3, 1962 PAGE FOUR TilE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, JULY 3,1962 Wolverine Nine SPORTS SHORTS: Patterson, Liston Sign riumphsAgain Special To The Daily…

…, and scored on a double by Ron Tate. Six-Run Inning The next Wolverine was walked intentionally, and out-fielder Den- nis Spalla then singled home an- other run. The next batter was first-baseman Dave…

August 03, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 31) • Page Image 4

… ;Utowski, vic tim nose dive yesterday when Its two top contenders, Bob 'Webster and Ron Clark, failed to qualify. However, both Wolverine seniors will have a second chance to qual- ify for the trip to Rome…

Wolverine swimmer Carl Woolley made it into the 100 meter freestyle final with a 46.4 mark. Since only the first two finish- ers of the eight men entered in each final will make the Olympic team, neither…

March 03, 1960 (vol. 70, iss. 105) • Page Image 1

…' Swimmers Host Big Ten Meet By HAL APPLEBAUM The Wolverines, seeking their Michigan and Indiana, the two third consecutive Big Ten cham- powerhouses of collegiate swim- pionship, and the Hoosiers are ming…

… two squads are the one-meter diving. expected to battle with Southern California for the national title. Seek Revenge D rive B egun The Wolverines will not only be eyeing their third consecutive…

June 03, 1965 (vol. 75, iss. 21) • Page Image 4

….LIndi- hid Phil Ortega's five-hit pitch- selected. viduals-B. R. McLendon, Louisi- ana State; Jay Sigel, Wake ng and the power hitting of Frank The Wolverines were chosen on Forest; Trip O'Donnell, Duke: Bob…

May 03, 1962 (vol. 72, iss. 153) • Page Image 5

…, MARY BETH, ROBIN: Thanks loads, Finky roommates! The "Great" C.S. P14 THE WOLVERINE RAGTIME 5 & 2 Direct from the Michigras Parade, Tonight, 9-12 at the American Legion, 1035 S. Main. F13 GLEE CLUB BLOCK…

March 03, 1961 (vol. 71, iss. 106) • Page Image 1

… Webster is third in a field of eight finalists with 252.1 points. The other two Wolverine divers, Ron Jaco and Pete Cox, are fifth and sixth with 237.7 and 219.5 points, respectively. Juan Botella of Ohio…

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